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WANTED TO BUY Colt single action army 41cal


I am looking to purchase a pre 1898 colt single action army in41cal if you have one you might sell or know anyone who might have one to sell Please contact John

1895 Webley Mk II .455


This IS an antique. no PAL required. cylinder has been shaved as they all were. I have moon clips that go with it for .45acp hand loaded for spec black powder. NOT FOR STORE BOUGHT .45acp! no wobble, cylinder timing good, still has a grooved barrel. blue is nice and dark (probably been redone...

Sell 1851 Colt Navy


A very fine cased colt complete with original accessories in a mahogany case serial no. 27xxx very crisp action with lots of silver and varnish on grips this gun is in excellent condition as it has seen very little use Also I will consider a trade in on a colt single action in 41cal or 44 rim fire

Colt police positive

best offer


J. Stevens 1915 favorite 22 26 32 crackshot frame breech antique part Steve...


3 frames /breech package: 1 J. Stevens 1915, 1 Stevens CrackShot 26, 1 unknown, all of them for 200$. There’s no caliber, you still need a valid PAL, I will ask for it. I am in Ottawa.

Forehand & Wadsworth Double Action No. 38


Forehand and Wadsworth produced excellent quality hand guns in Worcester, Mass. from 1871 to 1890. Both Sullivan Forehand and Henry Wadsworth were sons-in-law of Ethan Allen, the famous New England gunmaker, and got their start in the business with Allen. After Allen's death in 1871 the two partners...

S&W Third Model Russian .44


Early production S&W 3rd Model Russian revolver, with about 75% original nickel plating. Some loss due to rubbing around the barrel lug, latch and side of the frame. The serial number is stamped on the barrel, latch and cylinder. The walnut grips are tight, with only minor handling marks, but t...

Rare US Service Revolver


Rare Whitneyville .38 rim fire short marked "U.S." on the right side. This was probably issued to a US federal agent in the 1870's. The brass frame retains about 80% of the original nickel plating, the 1 1/2 inch barrel about 50%. The cylinder is a smooth grey with traces of nickel remaining. The gr...

Rare Tranter 1868 in .450 Boxer


This rare and excellent William Tranter Model 1868 in .450 Boxer is marked "Tranter's Patent" on the left side of the frame and "COGSWELL & HARRISON, 142 NEW BOND ST. LONDON on top of the 6 inch barrel. Tranter was one of the most successful English gun makers of the 19th century and ran the la...

Two Cased S&W .32 Rim Fire Revolvers


Two excellent condition Smith and Wesson Model 1 1/2 "Second Issue" tip-up revolvers in .32 rim fire long. They are cased in a period walnut and rosewood burl box fitted in the French style. Complete with cleaning tool and key, and a small compartment for 10 cartridges. The case is excellent, with a...

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